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Sudanese peace negotiations resume, 25 persons killed by rebels

The Sudanese government’s delegation for peace negotiations with the rebels arrived yesterday in Nairobi where the two sides will start today a new round outside the main negotiation main-lines concerning neglected areas outside the historical borders of southern Sudan. Meantime, the presidential peace consulate has concluded three consultation meetings with people from the Blue Nile, al-Nouba mountains and An Bai, that ended with supporting the citizens of these area described as “neglected” by the government proposals and authorizing the advisor of the Sudanese President for peace affairs Ghazi Salah eddine to talk on behalf of their area in the negotiations. Unprecedented negotiations will start today in Nairobi between the Sudanese government and the rebels on the “neglected areas.” The government delegation is led by the foreign ministry secretary Mutarraf Saddiq while the delegation of the rebels is led by Neyal Dinq Nayal. Full Story

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